Control4 Smart Home OS 3 has new features, a fresh interface, and more than a thousand enhancements. Personalize and organize your Smart Home OS with favorite rooms, devices, and scenes and organize them to your liking. With swipes and taps, more quickly and easily navigate and control your smart home. Even add customized wallpaper backgrounds in each of the rooms to make them more distinct or to match your interior décor.

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NEW FAVORITES FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

With all-new Favorites, every smart home is unique. Put your most frequently used icons on the main “dashboard” screen. Anything across your entire home can be added to the top so those icons are front and center on your phone or touch screen when you need them. Fewer touches. Fewer taps.

Just like you’re used to on your phone, it’s as easy as hold-and-drag to add, arrange, remove, and favorite your most commonly used devices, streaming services, and scenes

WALLPAPERS TO
COMPLEMENT

Select from a number of choices curated from top interior designers, pick your own photo from a personal library, or take a photo and upload in real time.

Your wallpapers are viewable on phones, tablets, touch screens, and TV screens.

REIMAGINED
ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCE

AT-A-GLANCE VIEWS OF
YOUR ENTIRE HOME

Consolidate devices from across the entire house into a single screen, so you can instantly view the status of your security system, smart door locks, shades that are open, or lights throughout the home—and take immediate control.

OS 3 icons visually represent individual states for connected devices, so you can instantly see whether a door is locked, the fan is on, or the garage is open.

QUICK AND CLEAR
CONTROL OF IT ALL

You have many rooms in your house, but some that are used more often than the others. Elevate those favorite rooms and quickly swipe between them.

Icons are larger and text is more legible. The Comfort screen provides weather details and allows you to adjust the temperature with a single tap. You also have a clear view of what’s playing around the house with the all-new Active Media Bar.